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it's on twitter and it was about the definition of democracy to this common in the west but in fact it was also about strengthening different countries trying to establish the rights for a wide range of people not only those who are sympathetic to the west but the whole population the americans who responded in the first place were indeed taken by surprise and when we say did they know we have to ask who we mean by they did some experts working in parts of the universities in the united states or it teligent know more than some politicians of course i think that the politicians trying to understand this needed to listen to a wider range of american experts as well as to the world and the people in the region they have a middle east and listening to those people not enough what parts of its strategy should the u.s. and its western allies amend those countries and other countries to avoid negative
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consequences in the future well the most important thing i think is to be very cautious about a forceful expects only a violent intervention i think that that's extraordinarily risky and so we should watch out for advocates of violence intervention secondly i think that it's important to recognize that in every one of these countries as in every country around the world there's more than one voice i think that the u.s. should be very concerned to show that it respects muslim people show that it respects different nationalities where they they showed the opposite well some people for example those who made this horrible film about the prophet which offers an insult to the prophet did not treat islam with respect and many in the region think that that some. represents u.s. policy it doesn't represent u.s.
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policy but the u.s. needs to make it clear we've seen that it hasn't been a reaction from the in time was that exact input from a very special group of face this time was that actually at all possible to avoid this while those people they may have been waiting for something like this it's never impossible to get rid of such possibilities it's never impossible to guarantee anything one hundred percent in international affairs or in terms of domestic peace is especially when there are people who want to have a disruption i don't think that we are going to influence those people who want to violence and who are willing to use those tactics but i think we can have an influence on how much sympathy there is in the broader population by making sure that we don't back repressive regimes and become associated with them that we are appropriately respectful in matters of religion is this. the cause behind and why
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the intervention supposed to brain democracy and freedom peace and prosperity brought instead filings and chaos actually the chaos that we see around us is structural it's built into the system that doesn't mean it always has to get out of hand or always produce violence but it means that we can't imagine that a way we can't imagine it will just go away if we get one perfect policy we have to resist most of the time the impulse to think that there are just good guys and bad guys and if we intervene to help the good guys then everything will get better i think the proof of that story is libya it's something we have to listen to in relation to syria i've actually witnessed the beginning of the conflict in this country and just been there recently it is indeed very complicated what's going on in syria with regard to all this. complexity of the situation on the syrian society
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particularly how you see the conflict played out that well i give you two different answers because on the one hand a prediction on the other hand a hope my prediction unfortunately is that the bad situation will get worse my hope is that before that happens there will be a way to stop the violence enough to get people talking to each other about a more peaceful transition so far the international community has shown that it is not clear it doesn't know what to do i don't think anyone is entirely on the right this it's not a good idea to back for oppressive regime and to give it the hope i think false hope that it can stay in power and overcome the threats to it but it's not a good idea to imagine that rebels are somehow all democrats all the brutal all people who are going to simply work for a good future they have their own sectional interests their own personal grievances
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their own different kinds and opposition is very much divided stream lete that's why i use the word factions it's divided there's not even a clear majority if the united states invades syria that's a disaster to so arms to one side or the other is to continue the conflict and right now both sides are getting arms on the international market very easily with different backers that means more people will be killed possibly the best action would be try to try to reduce the global availability of arms here both of our countries are at fault ok what about the western societies how did they change all these events it's it's through massive popular pressure that the west is withdrawing from countries like iraq and afghanistan and we feel a kind of war fatigue in those ties to its two thousand and one and the attacks of that you're of september eleventh are in a way a symbol for they are the only source. but the anxiety about the middle east and
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about islam has become an acute thing for many western countries it's shaped by different factors in europe there's an anxiety about immigration in the us it really is more tied to conflicts linked to the middle east and the sense of having been attacked in the homeland this has affected a large population and it's effected some people by making them hostile towards muslims it's affected other people by making them worried about the change in america and you're right to say america has changed america has adopted new security legislation that make it a less free country because we have more surveillance and we have that because people are worried about public security what will happen if there's another bombing so what's happened in the western countries is that the fear is more basic and so more people are making their choices based on fear.
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and not as many people are making their choices based on hope or optimism about living together peacefully let's not talk about london school of economics and it's experience that they call themselves the bad chapter over this cold history that alice eve has had very special relations with the regime of colonel moammar gadhafi formally been leader and this passionately with his son safe on islam i've interviewed safe in tripoli and he's been talking a lot about how did this experience change him i think i guess it's been a mutual change so it's been all ok until one moment when the british government turned away from libyan leadership at that time and this exactly what happened with the school it south and something kind of apocalypse the here don't you agree with that i don't think there was a part hypocrisy i think we have to say something rather similar to what i said about countries that there were disagreements there was not just one side the
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school has been faulted for receiving money from a foundation linked to saif al islam gadhafi the son of more american office there were objections there was an argument there were disagreements the school never had a whole position where it said all could off is regime ok or not ok we don't take positions on regimes in that way there was a complicated situation and extremely simplified in the way it was written about in the press so it's been completely independent in that case right that's a very strong statement it has been more independent than is sometimes suggested i think completely independent receives not only from the government i mean hasn't been influenced by. the government's attitude government influence did not control the attitudes or what went on in the school choices were made in the school the school is influenced. that's in various ways by public opinion more
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broadly by governments but we try to maintain enough autonomy that we always protect intellectual freedom so you side mistakes were my you're now they had of london school of economics i'm sure you will do your best to avoid those mistakes in the future right now i'm sure i will find future mistakes to make i think that there is no leader of any institution of any size who doesn't make some mistakes so we should good luck with all those mistakes. thank you very much thank you without . the sun rises over what seems like enlist forest to here in the new directions crime hundred kilometers north of light of all storms as in much of the world it's disappearing at a catastrophic rate. mortgages
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both illegal and those finding ways to outsmart the system filing down the forests of the more skewed region for them profit goes well beyond the future of our planet and the result could be an ecological crisis the world wildlife fund for nature makes regular trips to help local rangers do what little they can to stop the logging but it's not easy longer set up traps making them hard to reach in an already rough terrain and have mastered ways to jump through legal loopholes this is a nature reserve were only sanitary logging of disease trees is allowed according to law and not a single berry can be picked but loggers like this use their sanitary logging permit to cut down absolutely healthy trees and sell the profitable timber over the border in china we are on the hunt for illegal loggers and it's not going. b.z. the forest is enormous and our chances are slim now for now we can stay in our
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dreams but as soon as we find solid tracks we'll have to drop our wheels and get out silently in order not to scare the loggers off alexander some morning call has been a ranger for over twenty five years he can spend weeks at a time tracking a single group of loggers it's easier to work when snow falls in autumn it's impossible to find human tracks and even transport tracks are hard to see after hours of driving we get sent in the right direction by word of mouth you can see that the ground just soft here which means that they've twelve's the tractor trails are very fresh which in fact means that we need to be quiet in order to not scare them off as we get closer. to this team says they're legal but have no documents now xander can now call the police to take over his work here is done he is overwhelmingly outnumbered there are too few rangers working in the promote the region and the w w f says the government isn't doing enough to stop it
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i guess the government now as they started city for more whole forest legislation so assumes the pals and so on ribs and you'll forest court and according to. every forest service the guys in waltham in the in the forest through the still exist so our forest courts deal doesn't work just. as no one tries to stop them in just five years the forest will be gone they'll fill it all to china what will the people who live afterwards do like it's a question more and more people are aware of today climate change in the safety of our environment as a whole are being discussed around the world and perhaps it's those small steps that might be a start to people living in harmony with nature. kelly
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by polls here now with the latest action from the world stay with us. thank you very much abbi welcome to the sports headlines here is what we've got coming up the road to rio russia hold their first training session ahead of friday's crucial twenty four seen world cup qualifier with portugal here in moscow . pay a rough day at the world's top. words on rory mcilroy clues that i would be much is at the world golf final in turkey. and touchdown takes a look at the force of american football and its growing popularity here in russia . football of the soccer ferrazzi on tuesday russia held their first training
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session at a friday's crucial world cup qualifier against portugal in moscow it's said to be fabio capello's biggest test so far as russian manager as his side go up against the group their favorites both russia and portugal have won there too much is so far in qualification to go denise off is in the squad despite the fallout from his dispute with the he wanted a bigger salary. is one of the new additions to the set up and the locomotive forward is expecting a tough test on friday. clearly has said that we need to prepare very well for the upcoming game it's going to be a massive test for the players it's a real order for me to be called up to the national scene at those times and i'm just really glad to be here. else where the english football association have opened their new national football center prince william and the duchess of cambridge officially declared the new state of the our complex. the f.a. and george's park in burton will act as a catalyst for success for the national team's everyman squad from the senior men's
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side to the junior girls team will be based at the headquarters facilities such as the eleven outdoor pitches on the three hundred thirty acre site divert would. i lept after extensive research into similar centers around the world including clairefontaine prestigious headquarters a french football. meanwhile anger management hodgson says he wants to put the latest ashley cole controversy behind him the defender tweeted derogatory comments about the f.a. after being labelled an unreliable witness in the john terry racism case following a charge of improper conduct the left back apologised and will be available for friday's going with some arena. plays that the chairman has gracefully excepted the. apology from from. you know disappointed in these with this situation we are quite relieved as an england manager that this
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matter now has been totally resolved between. presented by the chairman and ashley himself. now fans hoping to see a showdown between the world's top two golf is this week could be disappointed both tiger woods and rory mcilroy lost their opening match at the world gold final in turkey words lost by one shot to south african shall schwartzel meanwhile northern irishman mcelroy lost by six shots to mark after the amazing run over triple bogey double bogey double bogey from the fifteenth the eagerly anticipated clash between the two now could be rendered meaningless the players assured you'll to face each other in the final match of group one on wednesday the defeats in the morning session would mean neither player could reach those day semifinals regardless of the result because. that's where the international cricket council says it's to launch an urgent investigation into claims of corruption indian t.v. says it has evidence that six umpires were willing to fix welty twenty games ahead
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of the tournament the west indies won the event beating host sri lanka in sunday's final the sports governing body india t.v. to hand over any evidence that could help with the investigation the i.c.c. also reiterated that none of the umpires named in the allegations apparently from pakistan and bangladesh were involved in any official games out the t twenty world cup. elsewhere the houston rockets are preparing for their first pre-season much ahead of the new n.b.a. season the rockets missed the playoffs in the last campaign finishing night in the western conference they've made numerous changes to their roster in the off season including the introduction of superstar jeremy lin who says it's an exciting time for the franchise. but the three have a ways to go far beyond myself i think. you know we're learning the principles and it's one thing to learn and it's really good and to go off i want to say. as expected we're trying to learn and grow with each other and i think
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defensively right now somewhere we. lot of time we're. you know on the transition and things are now in tennis russian mikel usually is out of the shanghai masters following the first round of fade to the hands of viktor troicki wrapped up a six three two six six four victory meanwhile american john isner is through to the third round he saw off kevin anderson of south africa current unit to also advance into round three following a straight sets win over martin please understand back yet fernando verdasco also just needed to set a progress against one monaco meanwhile the recently crowned u.s. open champion andy murray has dismissed talk he could end the season as world's number one. it's almost impossible to finish number one i don't know why i keep getting asked about about three thousand points behind novak which is the equivalent of winning here one in paris and winning in london. and him losing in the first round of every turn which isn't going to happen so the number
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one ranking is not something i'm focusing on just want to try and finish the year as best as possible and. meanwhile in the k h l on tuesday three games taking place within the league all outside of russia however ukrainian side yes trusts. as you can see. are drawing with the nominee in the not in capital one has just gone into overtime meanwhile the game between defending champions to i'm surprised the czech republic you can see to nominate one male. and find in moscow played host to the american football finals over the weekend four teams from across russia can paint it as the sport tries to increase its fledgling fan base in the country which i'm told they has more. it's a world away from the n.f.l. of the teams from moscow and chile and in school competing in the russian american football final this was their very own super bowl the sport is growing quickly around the country and in just two years the number of teams competing is moving
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triple. good for the ceiling of his help to coach a collegiate level in the states there's still room for improvements he's drawing yeah it's more of a it should be more popular because it's like what we need to russia face in context for team sports. good looking guys play the game yeah i was looking for. american football receives very little exposure in russia there are hardly any games shown on cable well the rules and terminology a move an alien told me it's fun for no russians in the n.f.l. or even in the collegiate system in the us which would certainly help to raise a sports profile however doubly a cool conceit is changing in the not too distant future i guess where i'm really belief we've got some players who will complain or pull too much for me and helplessness like al and i have no dreams of but we got couple players from yellow
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right now n.f.l. so that we can do. i'm really billing sunday yeah russian where all the plays in russia are amateurs they receive no funding from the states so they have to finance all their expenses from selves as well as holding down another job there are only around five hundred players playing at the highest level within the country even still mark is one of them he took up his poll to see it in films and for him there's nothing else he'd rather be doing but the contact me it's a contact sport and it's the kind of game where you can let out all your adrenaline on the field but it stays in the field once you come off the pitch you know fully relax and friends again with opponents i love the sport my wife isn't always happy with me but this is my life. the final was eventually won by the most good patriots in the blank to be bitchy i've been scared to come from russia's ural mountains but thirty five points to twenty one and the crowd of around five hundred plants
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certainly had a fantastic afternoon of entertainment american football in russia is growing slowly but surely in popularity but it's never going to be able to challenge the lines of n.f.l. europe let alone the n.f.l. itself that unless for a group of players playing out here is a great opportunity for them to play the sport that they're going to love over the years presumably donte moscow. and that is all from the world of sport for now plenty more later though here on our. morning news today violence is once again flared up. these are the images. from history channel that. giant corporations are old today.
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